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CfetnmlHloner Wrtrlni lins opened a
eruiodo on trie dog-nt-Urge In the
streets of New York. II declares tho
dO(r an umnltlj-tited nuisance, disgust
Ing nml ratsolilarous, luid want him
Tlio Frlnao o( Wnles only recelrcs
ram tho llrltlth treasury $187,000 u,
year for tho support of his fnmlly, und
bo thinks It is muoh too Uttlo for their
uocosiltlos and wants moro.
Fail PnrnUhloar llatlntti,
Kot the loast bonoOt of now foiontlflo
theories and discoveries Is that thoy
furnish occupation for pcoplo whohavo
nothing to do but to tako up tho fad of
the hour. Thoy can axporlmout on
things, or tnakd excavations, or col
leot lomothlnjjs, and, If thoy inaico no
rnluahlo dlscovorles, thoy havo at
least boon out of tho way of busy pco
plo who havo work to do. In this re
spool tlio HiHintjjon my is said to lw of
untold uso. Kvorybody who has noth
ing also to do is ongaged In tlio ab
corblng nwf 'mrmloss pursuit of pho
tographing nU tones, or n ponny In n
jHWkotbook, or tomothlng of tho kind.
Ono of tho most nrdont studonts of tho
X ray Is Qucon Amollo, of Portugal,
who.hus takon the subjoct up with on
thuslam. Queon Amello is addicted
to fads, ami, as her lat mania was the
study of medicine which sho praotloed
at the rltk of their llvos upon tho
court, her fad for experimenting with
tho Itoontgon ray Is regarded with
groat dolight by hor loyal subjects. It
Is oven raid that it Is gratltudo for
having diverted his roynl sjmuse from
the amatour prnotloe of tnediolno that
has induced King Carlos to invito
lloentgen to the court at Lisbon, whoro
ho Is to receive a high decoration for
his disco verles.
Sometimes a man who has bocn to
hell, 'und looked nil around, breaks out.
With many people, vlrtuo Is nothing
more than fear of being found out.
I bojlcvp mjr prompt uto of Tito's Cure pre.
tented quick consumption. Mrs. l.uer wal-lteo,-iIrquMt,
Kan., Dec. 13, 'M.
It is onsy to bo gallnnt to strnngors,
because ono doosn't havo to keop it up.
llntl'i Catarrh Gura
Is takon Intornnlly. Price, 7flc
Somo women always look, ready to
E RECORD OF
the . -m-
the "just a3 good" sort.
If your dealer will not
supply you wo will.
timpln theulng libtli and matirln'i milliifrf.
"Homa Dr-iimiking a rv look by Mill
EmmiM Hoopir. ollha Lid Horn Journit,
ning how to piilon 13 1. it Valvaltan Skirt Bind
i'llnllsr3;e . (otlicp4
fl. It. A M. Co,, l. O. Uox 699, N. Y. City.
WILL KEEP YOU DRY.
HAIR REN EWER
Will fettore gray hair to its youth
(ul color and beauly-wlll thicken
the growth of the hair will pro
vsnt baldness, cute dandruff, and
all tealp ditaatts. A fine dressing.
The belt hair restorer made.
The ninny imitations of
HIRES Rootbeer simply
point to its excellence the
geutiine nrticlc proven it.
4 . TMrniMg NiM.r.. ruu4tii4.
A Hi, tUu. U. t SaMatUXUA.
I'ltlllf.l filUVlt ' k Mill bMf MO llft.Ma Af
miu m i a linn, imrnau im.
OlMI'I'l-Bt'llltl.K lltll.ll lUwrk.
Mvat at.i4.ul him- m t p ik.ui. WSif
U,..l Cu iu.r m mi ll'.i.Ctli
ror umii aua mmii tlou ct Silf
KM. n sat, SatnHtatwi. Owia,
THE MODERN BANKER
tt.iM ' . u, .ma a to., 14 luu aw., ckkiwi.
IN WOMNA'S CORNER.
INTGRESTINO CUnRBNT RBAD
INQ FOR DAM US AND DAMSELS,
IIU and Itonnct for Mill OnuTh
Choirs nf a tTnabsnri An Artlit'a
Bar Ilyn Aprrniir'lt fliru Auw-r
ATS and bonnets
for lltllo ones this
season will bIvo
their faces an ap
pearance of being
framed In rullles.
Tho dainty white
lioiidRenr has n pro
fusion of ruffs and
frills. Crowns of
bonnets are tnado
of pique, gonorally
white, though pink and bluo are much
In favor. They are made In large puffs,
around which, to form tho shape, Is
lawn, shirred on rcods or heavy oords,
drawn to fit tho Uttlo head. Rufllea,
wider across tho forehand than at tho
Bides and hack, aro nmdo vory full, and
two aro much moro offoctlvo than ono.
Often thrco nro used, but tho number
depends upon tho material. Wldo
strings that tlo undor the chin In a
largo how eomplelo a bonnet which Is
easily made, and If of whlto may ho
worn on all oeeastons. Kx,
The Choir nf t Ilulmni1.
Helen Is In a state of uncertainty as
to what sho would do in tho matri
monial lino. Sho bar. for romo years
heon receiving tho nttontlons of n gen
tleman, to whom sho ban become much
nttaohod. Hut whlto he talks about
marriage, ho wlnhoa to postpono It, on
the ploa that ho wants to bo nblo to
surround his brhlo with every com
fort and luxury. Moanwhlto sho has re
ceived a propoeal from another gentle
man who Is In evory way doslrablo.
No. 1 seriously objects to her cntortnln
Inftlothcr men, nml Is Inclined to bo
Jealous; ho wants hor to wait for a year
bta present. To a janitor one might
give a gold coin, or n small silken bag
with some (liver, nml with the request
that be use It for somo trinklet ha would
like. As for the graduating drees, tho
best tasto demands that It bo mado
with the utmost simplicity. A plain,
full skirt or ono with sovoral tucks
would be suitable). Tho waist might bo
nmdo full and trimmed wth taee edg
ing In a oaseado down the itont and in
epaulets and full collar or yoke. Tho
sleeves should bo In full bishop shape,
or with puffs from shoulders to elbows
and with lace for tho lower portions.
81vt to the elbows with bands
around the arms and full laco ruf
fles would ho pretty. With these, long
white glores would bo required. Flow
era nro always appropriate, and almost
any kind may be worn. Hoses aro al
ways tho first choice, carnations and
lllloa of tho valley. Nowadays, most
young ladles have a favorlto flower, and
this thoy almost always wear. Snowy
whlto teeth aro not always to bo tod
by effort or care. Somo persons
havo dark nml discolored teeth, do
whatever thoy may. Your dentist, who
ought to understand your teeth thor
oughly, will tell you what Is best for
thorn. The treatment depouda upon
their quality and conditions
Our ArlUt' UmlrU
Rdlloni and women hnvo many
similar notions; editors dress their pa
pors agreeably with what thoy bollovo
tho publlo wants; woman drose thorn
solvoe as thoy imagine men like to rea
' When fashions nro ehranlelod by tho
writer, they nro, of course, as n woman
The pictured gown Is an oxccptlon,
howovcr. It Is a gown which tho artist
saw, admired ami put on pnper. Then
ho came and recommended Its use. It
Is used, but tho penalty Is his and ha
must describe It. You who b'ellevo with
me that men are the true Indicators of
worn oil's fashions, hoarltt to his
"Tho skirt had stripes that, perhaps,
Is evldont from tho plcturi; but that
' THE HELLE OF THE AFTER CHURCH PARADE.
tin Jf-Ml Not Kirk.
'JVro wa a ptvtuiueauo Mttheilnir
In th president's ofHca In the whlto
hftuw the other day, when a deKir
Uon of Kifkapuo Indians from (tkln
, bomn territory hud an Interview with
, Mr. l li'velund Kbout the severalty
1 law. 'Jlioy wore nttired In full Klokn
KM rugnlla ami their faotw '-eittdnutied
i with jwlnt. Tlio only Invonjrrwm
mini? ubout the continue was that
neurly all wore onlhiury rubber over
shoes over their moccasins. The ven-
I arable Chief Whlto Water oxplnlnod
I through an tutnrprotor that his people
1 were dlamtiNfted with the law dlvldiiiK
ineir iittiii ;n rovernlty. They had ob
tnlnod the laud from the Ureal Spirit,
he said, and wished to proeerva their
tribal relations and not bo obliged to
take up separata farms and lwcome
clvlll-ed. They had therefore omo
to Washington to see the great father
to secure redress The prettldent ro
pllinl in kindly tones that tho rovuralty
art was a law of tho laud, und he was
obliged to carry It otu J1ie wb.Ho
, man had endeavored to improve his
conumnii. nun tlio Jniliitu should do
tho Mime, lie liOMd tho KlekitiHioit
would realltn tho wlstlom of this, nml
udvlned them to abide by the law und
Ivomo eivlllseil. , 'Hint eetUes it.
llio Klckupoos oniiuol kick, nml ho
Ulttst nut lie savago.
The admlsslantif Utah tKWMeltatM
n ehange In tho nrrnflgifleiiMtnf the
stHni on the ling. The -IA nre to be
dlstioNMl hi nlterunto rows of S nml 7.
Till 1ms Irhjii agreed between Secre-Urlu-
Uimont and llerliert, und m
proved by the president.
Thp Hnrh itf (lllirnllnr
Js not ilMdler tlmii a syMem lllxrnlp.1 from
thv ihavklM of chilli ami faver, bllhtii r-miu
tMt ur duuili Hrue by llwleil-r i uiimcli
JHtUm, a twrfcet nutUkrte to malarial ihiImiii
In air or water. It Ualao an untjniill
rtmeily for blllmia. rheumatic w kWnaj puui
plolnu, lyifiMlit uml Mrvounm. It Un
lxillte and sleep and bating. os.
Nearly nil the fut men seem to be
leaner this spring.
Needs assistance It may be beat to ren
der It promptly, but ono should remem
ber to uso even the moat perfect reme
dies only when needed. The best ond
moat slmplo and gentle reme-ly la the
Byrup of Fins, manufactured by tho
California Ffg Byrup Company.
A inodoHt woman Is one who doosn't
toll her doctor ovorythlng.
lytl.ur. Tr-UMB.iasirjiii,rm t,
I'olileuuHe Is such uctraln that every
ono It glad when a guest yoos home.
ir tin Ilnbr I C'ntllnt Teeth,
r iur k! ui. Ihtt oM Mil )1.,. rm4r. Itu,
lno'i iwatiiud Biurr fr rtlMrtu Tttililoe.
A Uilnjj you may doKnd upont It
d(WUn't hurt to break your honrt.
In sewing muchities, repairs, needlos,
fihuttlee und all attachments for nny
tewing machine, own always duiend on
getting ttuudurd goods at tho lowest
wholesale iirioo und tiromptly from the
Ioiil- ostabllshed unit reliable firm of
Jilolook Manufacturing Co., 016 Looust
rtreet, St. IouIn, Mo.
It Is as important to keop out of
court as it is keep out of debt.
I'nllt Iral Coiirrntlmn,
For tho following iwlttlunl conven
tions tho Santa 'o will maku round
trip rutes of ono faro from ull of its
Texas und Indian 'J'Oi-i ltory polntst
National rrohlhltlon convention,
l'lttsburu, I'll., May 27, 181)0,
National Kopubllcan convention, St.
Lollls, Mo., Juno 1U, 1800.
National l'oople's convention, St.
I-ouls, Mo., July 8L'. 1890.
For pnrtiuulnrs an to llmlU and time
cartls cull upon uuy Santa Fo agent or
wrllo to W. 8. Kiumuk,
Uenernl I'uonger Agt., (lalvuston.
or two until he Is ready to marry.
Helen Is fond of him, but docs not see
her way clear to deprive herself of
other socloty without good reasons, aud
asks what sho should do. Answer:
First of all, consult your own heart.thon
our head. If your engagement Is a
settled and understood affair, and you
lovo tho young man well onough to
wait for him, there Is nothing mora to
bo said. Hut It you are not formally
engaged, and he wants you to wait on
au uncertainty, do not do It unless you
love hlta well enough o give up very
thing else for him. Long engagements
are unwise, and "understandings" nre
worse. They mean mueh to some peo
ple and but little to others. Ono of tho
Interested parsons Is almost certain to
suffer. It Is mueh better for young per
sons U marry than to wait far better
tlmon. If they have the right spirit
nnd are truly attached to seen other,
there will bo but little hardship In
working tor their eommon prosperity.
Hut do not marry without, first,
respeet, and then the love that Is a de
light and n perpetual comfort when
the object Is worthy.
AHXlotra Mary wants to know what
sort of presents would be appropriate
for tht) principal, of a publlo school.
The gift Is to be made by a graduating
class. Mao, glfta for class teaeher (lady),
OcrnAin teaeher (man) and the Janitor.
Also, how should a fourteen-year-old
gradtirrbi have her drswi made. It Is
to be at flne Swiss, How ean teeth be
made snovy white? Answer: Teach ens
are eipeoj.vlly fond of beoks. It there
is any reference book they may have
expressed a with for, nothing could be
moro appropriate. One class gave a
teacher a handsome cabinet rlotk. An
other ga4 a pretty and commodious
desk. A writing set Is a most uocepta-
tho girl was pretty Is not so easll)
known. Of courso, no ono but n prottj
girl should wear blaok and yellow; bu1
any girl, pretty or othcrrlso, ought O
first consider tho color sohorao of hot
gown. I'll begin nt the top ot this girl
and, for foar you won't understand mo
I'll try to call the different parts ot hoi
make-up by their proper names. Iilaca
hair that's neeeeaary In order to weal
yellow. Skip her face. Sho had Macs
around her throat, and then onnio semi
white fluffy stuff with Lite, ot gold Ir
It. Tho aleeven were the same to tbt
elbow, then blaok. The bottom half of
her waist was black, with black glass
sowed on, and the basque was yellow,1
with blauk stripes and tiny gold
flowers) eo tiny that unless you were
very close to the girl you couldn't see
them. Then ono man In twenty would
not notice tnem-tno girl wouldn't let
And now the mist la waiting to gel
even with me. "The Latest," In ChU
cago News, '
Is a Mood diseascamlonlya blood reme
dy can euro It. So many people make
the mistake of taking remedies which
at beat arc only tonics and cannot poael
bly reach their touble. Mr. Asa Smith,
Grccncastlc, Indiana, says: "For years
I have suffered with Sciatic Rheuma
tism, which the best physician were un
able to relieve I took marly patent
medicines but they did not seem to
reach my trouble. I gradually grew
worse until I waa un
able to tako my food
or handle myself in
any way; I waa abso
lutely helpless. Three
bottles of 8.8.8. re
lieved me so that I
i waa soon able to move
my right arm; before
long I could walk
aeroee the room, and
when I had finished one doien bottles
was cured completely and am as well as
ever. I now weigh 170."
A Real Blood Remedy.
8.S.S. cores Scrofula, Cancer, Itczcma,
and any form of blood troubles. If you
have a blood disease, take a Mood nicdl-
clue H.S.8. (jruaianterd fiutrly vrrtta-
tailt) Is exclusively for the blood a
lv lor tne bioou ana
Is recommended tar nothing else. It
forces out the ttolaon matter permanent
ly. We win
scud to anyone
W N fj DALLAS.
ABiwerlHB AUt rllKUicul, Kvu
Ilea ttlU l'ft.
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ST. JACOBS W.TJS"7SSrS
WORK ON PAIN A Nil Mltvrc tT ntrr Ann oemt-rt
- a wui 1IUVI0
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DURHAM, N. C
FREE from your wltolesalo dealer.
WHITE STAR SOAP wlUi all ,
Tobacco you Niy. Ono bar
of sonp Freo with each pound,
whether 16 oz,, 6 ox., 4 or., or
)' Wo havo notified every whole
sale dealer In tho United Statea
that we wHI supply theirnvlth sosrr
supply of arffs5fi DURrAnVnt
once, nnd Insist on ncttltij: your
soap. Ono bar ot Soap FREE wit It'
tucli pound you buy. oap Is
offered for a limited time, so order
iu-uay. xours very truly,
BLACiCWELLS DUeMAM I
If you hy anr dlllleullrlnprocurlnityaur
our ordtr to your wholritla dialtr.
I BATTLE M
Off for a Six Months' Trip.
jto When you spend a dime for " Battle Ax
tPIug, you get 5 i ounces. When you spend
.. . .. ...
tne same amount lor any otner good tobac-
co, you get 31 ounces, or for 5 cents you
gtt almost as much, "Battle Ax" as ycu do W
of other high grade brands for JO cei.ts,
Tie test of 1 IS years proves s
tie prlty of waiter Baker k
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Men, Women rP Children.
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dm. Yon r.a ba truUd at homa 1 aw tuu
lrlw uiKtT ume nuarauly, II fou jflr m
bbh loillilo iuiaii, tBlj mmm . -kif-l v situ Lata aabaa aaa pate
Muropa fairhaa In IT IS yUIUrL.T rawiih. More Thy hmtl
sansaw ii'-lirowi i
rid run m mm ura iiuuiii WUIIKpI B I
bu alaavi buttled tba kill ul' ilia luutt euiltxiit nut all
tbla4 our ttaeeediuonal c-wrasty, Atiaoluie lruol tant oa appUeaUoe.
I'lHiitlet , Cofl'f r Colored .Spo.la. I)rre mi aw, PM1 ol
nine Olll, II la iqh ntrt-un s-uisun w.i
aklll of i
ilia world. fur. raae r rauuot
a ainara on me
ihiMis niinarn as v tub
UHHOlWUriKW n a aieb
tba bear. Mats-!
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